Thames Water Commercial Services has trebled the size of its Scottish operation in a bid to seize a greater share of Scotland’s £330million non-household water retail market. Read more
Biwater has won an advanced water treatment plant project contract to explore a new source of water in California. Read more
Expansion of a major water recycling centre in Cambridgeshire has provided an opportunity for Anglian Water to pilot a more streamlined approach to working with the supply chain in the Read more
Yorkshire Water’s £34M innovative and energy self-sufficient bio-energy plant located at Esholt waste water treatment works, has been officially opened. Read more
Only one in ten Alpine rivers are healthy enough to maintain water supply and to cope with climate impacts according to a new report by WWF. Read more
The world renowned Helix Development in Falkirk has won the Saltire Society 2014 Civil Engineering Award, presented in association with Institution of Civil Engineers. Read more
Lord Krebs, Chairman of the Adaptation Sub-Committee has written to Elizabeth Truss, the Environment Secretary, to express concerns about how the government now intends to encourage the use of sustainable drainage systems (SuDS) in new development.
The European Commission has announced €647 million to be invested in key energy infrastructure to enhance security of supply across Europe.
Costain is using innovative, cutting edge sensor technology to monitor movement during the construction of 35m-deep ventilation and access shafts for Crossrail which could see further uptake across the UK construction sector.
In an Expert Focus article for Waterbriefing, Alex Stephenson, chair of the British Water Surface Water Management Focus Group and Group Market Development Director of Hydro International looks at proposed changes for regulating SuDS implementation on new developments in England.
Amey has further strengthened its position in the UK water sector with the acquisition of specialist UK water leak detection and cartographic company Aquatech Engineering.
Southwark Council has issued a statement confirming that an application has been made for a Judicial Review into the decision granting a Consent Order for Thames Water’s £4.2 billion Tideway Tunnel.